Ultimate Gateway (3.5e Environment)

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The Ultimate Gateway[edit]

This tiny plane is simply a room with portals leading from and to all of the outer planes. It was created by a league of wizards and sorcerers who wanted to make travel between the outer planes easier. Knowledge of this room is very obscure, but does not require a plane shift from the material plane in order to reach it, as there are many portals in it which connect to the material plane which constantly shift.

Plane Traits[edit]

Physical Traits[edit]

  • Gravity: Normal
  • Time: Normal
  • Size: About 75 meters wide, 100 meters long, and about 5 meters high.
  • Morphic: Not morphic.

Magic, Alignment, and Energy/Elemental Traits[edit]

  • Elemental Dominance: None.
  • Energy Dominance: None.
  • Alignment Trait: Neutral.
  • Magic Trait: Nothing special.

Plane Links[edit]

This is a gateway to and from all of the outer planes.

Plane Inhabitants[edit]

None, save for those passing through.

Features of the Plane[edit]

The portals, and nothing more.

Plane Links[edit]

Celestia, Bytopia, Elysium, Beastlands, Arborea, Ysgard, Limbo, Pandemonium, Abyss, Carceri, Hades, Gehenna, Baator, Acheron, Mechanus, Arcadia, and Outlands. Where necessary, each portal splits into multiple pieces to give the traveler access to a specific layer of the plane.

Plane Encounters[edit]

None, unless some hostile creature happens to be using the portals.

Map[edit]

Note that most portals have divisions in them which enable transportation to different layers of a plane. Note that the three layers of Hades are all colored the same (a depressing gray), so the there is no difference in the portal's coloration. To enter Oinos, enter from the top, to enter Niflheim, enter from either the right or left side, and to get to Pluton, enter from the bottom.

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